Boeing says Dreamliner could fly on Dec 15

Boeing Co said on Thursday it has opened the flight-test window for its 787 Dreamliner starting December 15, allaying concerns that the hotly anticipated aircraft -- already two years behind schedule -- will miss its latest target of taking to the skies before year end. Read Full Article here.

Obama plans TARP aid for small businesses: report

The Obama administration plans to channel money from the government financial bailout fund to small businesses in an effort to stem the political and economic fallout of high unemployment, the Washington Post said in its Friday editions. Read Full Article here.

Moody's sees no threat to U.S. top rating for now

The top sovereign credit ratings of Britain and the United States are not under threat of a downgrade right now, but a worst case scenario foresees a cut by 2013, analysts from Moody's Investors Service said on Friday. Read Full Article here.

Nokia to launch new music phone model

The world's largest mobile phone maker Nokia is preparing to launch a new music-bundled phone, photos from the firm's website showed on Friday. Read Full Article here.

U.S. teens ignore laws against texting while driving

With momentum building in Washington for all 50 U.S. states to outlaw text messaging behind the wheel, there is evidence that the key demographic targeted by such legislation, teen drivers, will not pay much attention. Read Full Article here.